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More time off is scheduled to be available this holiday season as 58% of employers are providing at least three paid days off, a jump from 42% from 2011-2012 and 36% in 2010-2011, according to a survey by Bloomberg BNA.

Another 51% of respondents report making Christmas Eve Day a paid day off. For the manufacturing industry, 85% of respondents are offering at least three paid days off during the holiday season while 52% of respondents from nonmanufacturing companies and 51% of respondents from nonbusiness organizations also plan to do so.

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